We all have preconceived notions about hypnosis and most of us are wrong. I had the pleasure of meeting hypnotist, James Giunta over a year ago through networking groups we both belong to. By interacting and subsequently becoming friends with James, I learned his objective is not to make you dance like a chicken whenever the mood strikes him. He wants to change the way you think to help you lead a happier and healthier existence. His calming presence gives me every inkling he is capable of doing just that.
Upon finding out James was planning an event called World Hypnotism Day, we at Sheraton Eatontown Hotel wanted to support his venture and quickly offered an overnight stay as a giveaway. Tirelessly promoting for months, he has amassed all sorts of great organizations (double last year) to get on board. Come out and see what World Hypnotism Day is all about and meet some great business people in the community. Many will be on hand manning tables to promote their business and networking amongst the crowd that will surely attend. Keep reading for more information provided by James.
For the second year in a row, World Hypnotism Day will be presented for the general public on January 4, 2012 at the Two River Theater in Red Bank from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. The event will celebrate and increase awareness of the many benefits of Hypnosis and Hypnotism. In addition to the vendors in the main Lobby, there will be a program of Hypnotists presenting and demonstrating in the main theater. The exhibitors will represent the best of our local holistic community: hypnotists, chiropractic, dentistry, massage therapy, physical training, even a few psychics! Both the State of New Jersey and the Borough of Red Bank will honor the day with Proclamations.
This event is produced by Red Bank’s Hypnotist, James M. Giunta, who said recently, “There has never been a better, more advantageous time to become interested in Hypnotism and what it can do for you. Not only is acceptance growing, but so is knowledge and experience. My full-time clients are successful because they learn how to engage their subconscious resources in the best possible way.”
James and his staff are expecting at least 250 people to attend, mingle, and absorb more information. “There will be more hypnotists on hand this year, and we will separate the live sessions from the networking area, which will allow the general public to view and experience Hypnosis in a more relaxed setting,” Giunta said.
Profits will be donated to the Mental Health Association of Monmouth County. Suggested donation is $10.00.